Super Bowl LII

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NBC is the 2018 host of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This page is your first stop for the previews, highlights, and live streaming this season's Super Bowl. Here's everything you'll need to know before the big game. 

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WHEN:  Sunday, Feb. 4

WHERE:  U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

TV:  NBC

STREAM:  NBC Sports App & NBCSports.com


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Jalen Ramsey to Jags fans: We’re winning the Super Bowl
After Sunday’s win over the Steelers, Jaguars players chastised Steelers players for looking ahead to a game against the Patriots before there was any reason for them to do so. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey...
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Vikings come back to beat Saints, advance to NFC Championship
The Saints came back, twice. But that wasn’t enough to beat Case Keenum. The Vikings beat the Saints 29-24 on a last-second touchdown pass, a 61-yard beauty from Keenum to Stefon Diggs which ruined a...
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Jalen Ramsey: I wondered why the Steelers were so confident
The Jaguars are going to the AFC Championship Game after beating the Steelers 45-42, which wasn’t the outcome that a couple of Steelers players said they were expecting. Safety Mike Mitchell told...
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Jags ‘threw a tantrum’ when Marrone started making changes
Jacksonville's locker room was abuzz late last season. Four guys played table tennis while others crowded around a small table for dominoes. Two 80-inch televisions were tuned to a sports highlight show,...
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Jaguars’ Jalen Ramsey tells fans ‘we’re going to Super Bowl’
All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey did pretty much the same thing that upset his Jacksonville Jaguars teammates last week.
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Stunner: Keenum-Diggs TD sends Vikings past Saints 29-24
As Case Keenum convened the Minnesota huddle with 10 seconds left, the situation staring down the Vikings was as simple as it was daunting.
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Jaguars stun Steelers 45-42 to earn trip to AFC title game
The Jacksonville Jaguars, yes those Jacksonville Jaguars, are heading to the AFC championship game.
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Patriots beat Titans 35-14 to head back to AFC title game
Tom Brady passed for three touchdowns and 337 yards, and the New England Patriots cruised past the Tennessee Titans 35-14 on Saturday night to advance to their seventh consecutive AFC championship game.
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Over 40 years after Hail Mary in Minnesota, Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson pulling for Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings appear to have a pair of unexpected supporters following their miracle victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson. The former Dallas Cowboys duo...
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Blake Bortles: No animosity toward anyone, just happy to win
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles didn’t choke. Quite the opposite, actually. The Steelers closed within a touchdown three times in the second half of Sunday’s game, but the Jaguars answered...
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Coughlin-Belichick history looms over AFC title game
The Patriots under Bill Belichick have lost twice in the Super Bowl. Both losses came to teams coached by Tom Coughlin. Coughlin is now in Jacksonville. Even though he’s not the coach, Coughlin is in...
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The Jaguars are headed to New England after 45-42 win
Blake Bortles has been the butt of a lot of jokes over the last few weeks, but he may yet wind up with the last laugh. Bortles and the Jaguars are headed to New England for next weekend’s AFC...
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Eagles use goalline stand, Elliott FGs to beat Falcons
Philadelphia's defense staged a last-minute goal-line stand and Jake Elliott atoned for a missed extra point with three field goals as the Eagles beat the Atlanta Falcons 15-10 Saturday to move into the NFC...
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Steelers’ Brown sent home sick, questionable for Sunday
Antonio Brown was sent home from Steelers practice Friday, but it wasn't because of the calf injury he's been nursing for the past four weeks.
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Jaguars get 4 defenders back, should play at Steelers
The Jacksonville Jaguars are about as healthy as they could have hoped heading into the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.
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Saints WR Brandon Coleman to miss playoff game vs Vikings
Saints receiver Brandon Coleman has been declared out of Sunday's divisional-round playoff game in Minnesota.
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Watch Live: Super Bowl LII from U.S. Bank Stadium on NBC
NBC is set to host Super Bowl LII from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., and NBCSports.com is home to all the news, videos, analysis, features, breakdowns, predictions, and much more for the big game...
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Ajayi ready to give Eagles a ride on Jay Train vs. Falcons
Jay Ajayi is rested, refreshed and ready.
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Titans’ Henry looks to build on postseason debut vs Patriots
Derrick Henry isn't a big or brash talker. That's what made the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner calling his performance "kind of soft" in Tennessee's regular-season finale stand out.
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Brady bullish in focus on Titans after drama-filled week
Maybe the Tennessee Titans are coming up for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at the perfect time.
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Jaguars’ Ramsey relishes All-Pro matchup vs Steelers’ Brown
Blake Bortles remembers the first time Jalen Ramsey got under his skin.
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Falcons’ Jones ignores aches and pains to stay on the field
Even Julio Jones was caught off guard when someone mentioned all the various body parts he's had to nurse back to health this season.
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Vikings undecided on whether to activate QB Sam Bradford
Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer says he hasn't made a decision regarding the status of quarterback Sam Bradford, who has practiced the last two weeks in an attempt to be activated from the injured reserve list...
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Titans running back DeMarco Murray will not play vs Pats
Tennessee coach Mike Mularkey says running back DeMarco Murray will not play against the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round.
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Jaguars’ LB Brown in boot after spraining ankle in practice
Jacksonville Jaguars backup linebacker Blair Brown sprained his left ankle during practice Wednesday, a potentially big loss considering starters Telvin Smith and Paul Posluszny already were dealing with...
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Jaguars QB Bortles says criticism will ‘probably never stop’
Blake Bortles' first postseason victory came with a hefty dose of criticism, maybe even more than ever before.
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QB Ryan back with Falcons after missing 1 day of practice
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is back with the team after missing Tuesday's practice to attend to an undisclosed personal matter.
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Saints add offensive, defensive linemen to active roster
The New Orleans Saints have placed left guard Andrus Peat and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel on injured reserve and added offensive tackle Bryce Harris and defensive tackle Woodrow Hamilton to their active...
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Vikings’ playoff run poses logistical challenges for Super Bowl preparations
No team has ever played a Super Bowl in its home stadium, and no team has even hosted a conference championship game with a chance to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium. So the NFL is accustomed to...
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Doug Marrone doesn’t see much benefit from previously playing in Pittsburgh
On Sunday, the Jaguars return to Pittsburgh for a rematch of a game the Jaguars won in October. So how much will the experience from October 8 help the Jags on January 14? Not very much, according to their...
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Jaguars can expect a big dose of Le’Veon Bell this time
When the Steelers lost to the Jaguars 30-9 in Week 5, Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions and took two sacks. Pittsburgh had 20 rushes for 70 yards, with Le'Veon Bell getting only 15 carries. (...
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Tom Brady, Marcus Mariota have biggest age gap between playoff starting QBs
Saturday night’s playoff game will be the battle of the ages. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be 40 years, 163 days old on Saturday and Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota will be 24 years, 75 days...
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Gronk: Belichick knows to how help Pats avoid distractions
Rob Gronkowski says coach Bill Belichick makes it easy for the New England Patriots to ignore distractions such as the one created by last week's ESPN report.
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Ryan misses Falcons’ practice because of personal matter
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan left team headquarters because of an undisclosed personal matter and did not practice with the team.
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Eagles had right formula for success vs Falcons last season
Atlanta's high-flying offense had its way with every defense it faced in 2016 on the way to the Super Bowl except Jim Schwartz's unit.
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Blake Bortles’ wheels a concern for Steelers
The Steelers are worried about Blake Bortles. No, really. The Jaguars quarterback got their attention with his 88 rushing yards last week against the Bills, even though he only threw for 87 . The fact he...
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Titans’ Delanie Walker: Everyone expects us to lose, let’s shock the world
The Titans know they’re heavy underdogs in New England on Saturday, and they’re just fine with that. Titans tight end Delanie Walker said this morning on PFT Live that the Titans are motivated...
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Kevin Byard: Tom Brady’s great, but I want to make him look like Blake Bortles
The Patriots may have a lot more playoff experience than the Titans and they may be hosting Saturday night’s game between the two teams, but the Titans are doing their best to show they aren’t...
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Predictably, Eagles are playing the disrespect card
After the Eagles lost quarterback Carson Wentz to a torn ACL, many assumed that the train would keep right on rolling. Though they won enough games to secure the No. 1 seed, things haven’t gone nearly...
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Brees, defensive stand, help Saints survive Panthers, 31-26
Drew Brees passed for 376 yards and two touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints held off Carolina's late comeback bid to seal a 31-26 victory in their NFC wild-card game on Sunday.
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Jaguars beat Bills 10-3 in ugly, sometimes unwatchable game
Blake Bortles put together one decent drive all day, doing as much with his legs as his arm, and the defensive-minded Jacksonville Jaguars eked out an ugly and sometimes unwatchable 10-3 victory against the...
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Ryan leads Falcons’ 26-13 playoff win over upstart LA Rams
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons showed the upstart Los Angeles Rams what playoff poise is all about.
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Ted Ginn breaks out the broom on his old team
Ted Ginn made a mess of his old team Sunday. So it’s only right that he cleaned up afterwards. Via Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, the Saints wide receiver was holding the postgame broom after...
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Eagles are first No. 1 seed to be underdogs to No. 6 seed
The Eagles are the top team in the NFC playoffs. The Falcons are the bottom team in the NFC playoffs. But when they meet in Philadelphia on Saturday, the Falcons will be the favorites. Sports books have...
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Saints hang on to beat Panthers, advance to divisional round
The Saints won a game by making plays. On defense. New Orleans hung on for a 31-26 win over the Panthers in the wild card round, sacking Cam Newton on a fourth-and-23 attempt to close the game. The Saints...
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Jaguars get second chance to win twice in Pittsburgh
A decade after the Jaguars became the first team (other than the Steelers) to win twice in Pittsburgh in the same season, the Jaguars will get a chance to do it again. By beating the Bills on Sunday,...
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Jaguars defense leads way to 10-3 win over Bills
It won’t go down in the record books as one of the finest offensive performances the football world has ever seen, but the Jaguars won’t be complaining about the result of Sunday’s game...
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Watch Live: Atlanta Falcons vs. Philadelphia Eagles on NBC
Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles will host Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs on Saturday, January 13th on NBC.
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Titans rally from 21-3 hole, beat Chiefs 22-21 in playoffs
Marcus Mariota led Tennessee to three second-half touchdowns, incredibly throwing one of his TD passes to himself , and the Titans rallied from a 21-3 deficit to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-21 on...
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Jaguars donate 1,000 NFL playoff tickets to refugees
The owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars will donate 1,000 playoff tickets to refugees from around the world and to Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria who have settled in the Jacksonville area.
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Bills RB McCoy questionable for playoff game at Jacksonville
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is questionable for Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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LeSean McCoy will try to practice today
The Bills might find out soon what kind of chance they have this weekend. Via Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, Bills coach Sean McDermott said running back LeSean McCoy was going to participate in some...
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Wild Card Weekend: Atlanta Falcons vs. Los Angeles Rams live on NBC
Todd Gurley and the Los Angeles Rams play host to Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC wild card game on Saturday, Jan. 6, in NBC primetime. The Rams, under first-year head coach Sean McVay, have...
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